The chaise longue was invented in France during the eighteenth century. This was known as the rococo period in France and art, architecture and furniture during this period was marked by ornate hand carving with flowers and cherubs, lots of gilt and silk damask upholstery. Chaise lounges were popular in dressing rooms, sitting rooms and salons. Ladies would recline on their chaise lounges and read or hold forth on philosophy or fine art. The irregular, asymmetrical lines of a chaise lounge, with one side higher than the other, fit in perfectly with rococo decor.
You can seriously increase your living room's glamour by buying a chaise lounge. Add one to your bedroom and you might as well quit your day job in order to dedicate yourself to lounging around in silk pajamas and sipping champagne cocktails all day. Chaise lounges, also known in French as chaise lounges, are simply long chairs. They look just like regular, upholstered chairs only with very long seats that you can prop your legs up on. A chaise lounge could be a comfortable spot for you to stretch out and read a book on or, if you are having a party, you could potentially seat two or three people on it. It is a versatile piece of furniture.
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